In a recent series of events, Angus Buchan was pressured to repent of his remarks and cancel a prayer meeting. This would be a prayer meeting for the Afrikaner nation which was planned for 1 February 2020. The whole debacle centered around his statement that the Jews and Afrikaans people are the only two nations that are in a covenant with God. After pressure he now retracted that statement and asked those wronged by it for forgiveness.
Imagine for one second one of the Old Testament prophets proclaiming God’s Word to the people, just to readjust those claims later on. That would not only make him out as a liar, but would dishonor the name of the God who’s word he so easily altered.
[This sermon was preached by William King at Christ Church Paarl, on 18 October 2015. The audio verion of the sermon can be found here.] I believe in the holy catholic Church, the communion of saints (Apostle’s Creed) Question: What do you believe concerning the holy catholic Christian church?Answer: I believe that the Son of God, […]
The modern-day Charismatic Movement poses a great threat to the Christian Church, claiming its allegiance to the Bible and its historical lineage from the apostolic Church.
Throughout the history of the Christian Church, Church Councils played a major role, both positive and negative.
Recently I was browsing an online bookstore (the modern day version of visiting your local bookstore), and my eye caught the title of a book by Steven Furtick, Sun Stand Still, which appeared in September 2010. The subtitle, like the title itself, is very significant: What Happens When You Dare to Ask God for the Impossible. Knowing […]
As has been true in every generation, the church today faces many challenges from the world.
We are going to briefly scan the concept of Universalism, and with that specifically Universalism as we encounter it within the Christian faith.
Prayer reveals one’s theology. Jesus told a parable in which this principle is clear (Luke 18:9-14).
Ulrich Zwingli was born in 1484, 2 months after Martin Luther. He headed the Swiss Reformation, mainly from the church in Zurich.